1.y=4x+2 2.y=2/7x+1 3.y=-1/2x+1 4.y=-9x-13

1.y=4x+2 2.y=2/7x+1 3.y=-1/2x+1 4.y=-9x-13

(2,-1);y=-2x+1

(5,7);y=1/3x+2

y=-6x-8 -x+6y=12

(3,2);y=3x-2

I don't know how to figure it out.

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